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Parents move SC on school fees, guidelines on online education

By The Assam Tribune

NEW DELHI, July 1: A group of parents from different states has moved the Supreme Court to seek directions to the Centre and state governments to direct all private unaided/aided schools to not charge fees for April-July or till commencement of physical classes.

The petitioners also sought directions to the Centre and state governments to direct schools to only charge proportionate fee based on actual expenditure on online classes till the commencement of normal classes.

The parents also urged the court to issue directions that schools should charge only tuition fee until schools begin to function normally.

The plea said that since the students may get exposed to hazards associated with online education, there is a need for uniform and safer guidelines across the country in this regard. � IANS

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Parents move SC on school fees, guidelines on online education

NEW DELHI, July 1: A group of parents from different states has moved the Supreme Court to seek directions to the Centre and state governments to direct all private unaided/aided schools to not charge fees for April-July or till commencement of physical classes.

The petitioners also sought directions to the Centre and state governments to direct schools to only charge proportionate fee based on actual expenditure on online classes till the commencement of normal classes.

The parents also urged the court to issue directions that schools should charge only tuition fee until schools begin to function normally.

The plea said that since the students may get exposed to hazards associated with online education, there is a need for uniform and safer guidelines across the country in this regard. � IANS

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